Catching Fire by Suzanne Collins
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
Katniss had no intentions of starting a revolution, but that is exactly what she's done.
Now she has two choices, flee into the woods with her family before things get worse or stay and fan the flames of rebellion, against the tyrannical Capitol.
She chooses to stay, putting everything and everyone she loves in intimate danger.
Then through a diabolical turn of events Katniss and Peeta find themselves once again in the Hunger Games, and with the Capitol seeking revenge it doesn't look like the odds are in their favor.
The Mockingjay has become the token of the revolution, it's the token Katniss wore so naively in the last Hunger Games, and it's a direct insult to the Capitol... and now Katniss is The Mockingjay.
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